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Pilot, a Vancouver-based startup, wants to become “the hub of global travel experience” and connect people via travel.
Being, a Delaware-based startup, is on a mission to scale its mental health app, which aims to help users create a map of their concerns to better navigate their everyday issues. The company, which ex
Shopping for clothing online has liberated us from the need to brave the endless aisles, fluorescent lights and sale-hungry crowds of the brick-and-mortar retail inferno. But anyone who has found them
The take-up of Kubernetes, a tool for managing containerized workloads, is only expected to increase as demand for cloud-native architectures and containerization continues. In terms of security, this
As government and banking services move away from verifying identities in the real world, moving toward online ID verification, several companies have entered the market to solve this problem. A new s
Canvas Ventures' Mike Ghaffary outlines the important components of defensibility, the key strategic advantage buckets, and how startups can stay competitive.
Revolve Air, a travel wheelchair that can fold to cabin luggage size, is now available for pre-orders on Kickstarter at a cost of $4,999.
The goal of Atlassian's CTO, Rajeev Rajan, and that of the two CEOs is to create one of the top tech companies at the world.
The acquisition of Open Robotics received a mixed reception across the industry. “The aim of Intrinsic is to democratize the access to robotics,” says Wendy Tan White, CEO of Intrinsic.
As large enterprises enter the crypto space, there’s potential for “not only millions of users, but billions of users using web3 without even realizing it.”
Network or no, startup founders are increasingly having to figure out sources of financing that's not venture capital.
Agility Robotics will soon be able to make 10,000 bipedal humanoid robots per year and claims it is creating jobs rather than taking them from humans.
We’re on track for 2023 to be a record-breaking year for ransomware attacks targeting the U.S. public sector. These attacks, which include both traditional encrypt-and-extort and newer data thef
After launching its text-based social network Threads in July, Meta faced criticism as there was no way for users to delete their Threads account without deleting their Instagram account. The company
Plenty of companies sell carbon credits, but Rick Fox wants to use them to help lower the cost of acquiring a home made of Partanna’s concrete blocks.
Why is it that so many companies that rely on monetizing the data of their users seem to be extremely hot on AI? If you ask Signal president Meredith Whittaker (and I did), she’ll tell you it
“Honestly, and I really can say this with a straight face, we create jobs. Because there’s so much shit to do to actually put these use cases into production, that a lot of our customers can&#
There exist a myriad of answers to the question, "How do you found your first startup?" But which of those answers apply to you and your situation?
The whiplash we've seen in the labor market over the last few years has created an environment that startups can and should take advantage of.